Austin “AJ” Zwigart was riding dirt bikes with his cousin last week when he drove into the bank of a creek.
Dragon Con co-founder pleaded guilty Monday to three of six child molestation charges he’s faced for more than 13 years. He was sentenced to 34 months of house arrest.
Police believe Heping Sheng, 61, shot and killed wife Fu Li, 58, inside their Lawrenceville home before turning the gun on himself.
Dragon Con co-founder Ed Kramer was originally arrested on child molestation charges in 2000, avoiding trial for more than 13 years.
A busy stretch of Sugarloaf Parkway was shut down on Sunday as Gwinnett police and the hazardous device unit investigated a suspicious package at the Georgia Baptist Convention headquarters in Duluth.
Jury selection in child molestation trial of Ed Kramer scheduled to begin Monday.
Four people, including two from Gwinnett, have been arrested after allegedly using a remote-controlled toy helicopter to smuggle contraband into a state prison, officials said.
The Better Business Bureau has offered up tips to protect consumers shopping online.
The Pendergrass Flea Market is offering a $5,000 reward for information identifying two black males who robbed the owner of Zone Electronics
Gwinnett County Public Schools officials have recommended the firing of a Radloff Middle teacher involved in a fight last week with a student in the school’s cafeteria.
Boni Lee Hutchison and Gregory Fossier charged with second-degree child cruelty
Kenerly had argued that the second indictment brought against him should be dismissed because it was filed while the first was still being resolved and the statute of limitations had expired
The Geogia Supreme Court on Monday reversed a murder conviction and life sentence of a man convicted of felony murder and conspiracy to commit trafficking in cocaine for his role in a 2010 fatal shooting.
Authorities responded to the scene at 127 Resthaven Drive early Monday afternoon.
Anthony Lumpkin, the man believed to have fired the bullet that killed 15-year-old Nick Jackson, was found guilty on all charges Monday, including four separate counts of murder. Co-defendant Eddie Green was found not guilty of malice murder but convicted on six other charges, including three counts of felony murder.
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